10 July 2021
Due to the covid-19 outbreak, all programmes for 2020 have been cancelled.
Ageing is related to problems both at societal as well as at individual level. Healthy ageing is part of the solution, and various disciplines are engaging in healthy ageing research, including social sciences, demography, biomedical sciences, and public health. The main goal of the Healthy Ageing Summer School is that students gain insight into the healthy ageing obtained by these different disciplines, ranging from cell to society. The School strives for scientific co-operation and pre- and post-graduate education at an international level, trying to attract students already interested in research. The intentions are to stimulate students interest in research from an early stage on, to allow master students the opportunity to get an overview of and explore the possibilities of healthy ageing research in Groningen and to encourage contact between students and research project leaders. The school also aids in recruiting young potentials, i.e. enthusiastic and talented students who are attracted by interdisciplinary approaches to scientific research.
Prof. Judith Rosmalen
Who can participate?
Selected international students interested in healthy ageing and healthy ageing research.
Selected students from Groningen interested in healthy ageing and healthy ageing research.
Selected students are: second and third year bachelor students or master students from diverse backgrounds including medicine, biology, demography, social and behavioral sciences.
The main goal of this Summer School is:
To introduce students into the various aspects of healthy ageing with focus on the limitations and complications we are facing today.
To enable students to understand or tackle these problems by performing scientific research.
To foster interdisciplinary collaboration, by combining students from diverse backgrounds, including social sciences, demography, biomedical sciences, and public health.
Upon successful completion of the programme, the Summer School offers a Certificate of Attendance that mentions the workload (28 hours corresponds to 1 ECTS). Students can apply for recognition of these credits to the relevant authorities in their home institutions, therefore the final decision on awarding credits is at the discretion of their home institutions. We will be happy to provide any necessary information that might be requested in addition to the certificate of attendance.
EUR 400: Participation Fee